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A landing page creation tool that combines the power of landing pages, embeddable opt-in forms and widgets, automated email campaigns, and social media referrals.
HubSpot Marketing is an advanced system that brings all of your marketing efforts together, and helps your team grow traffic and increase conversions.
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|Types of Customers|
Types of Customers
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
KickoffLabs supports the following integrations:
HubSpot Marketing integrates with a variety of CMSs, Email service providers, eCommerce tools, and social networks. Contact support for more information.
KickoffLabs offers three SMB and enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from. The plans can be availed either on a monthly or yearly subscription basis, and the pricing varies depending on the number of campaigns and unique visitors you need to manage per month. On top of that, KickoffLabs has a pricing option dedicated for hobbyists or those who want to test their new business. Here are the details:
KickoffLabs Hobby Plan
HubSpot Marketing offers four enterprise pricing plans to meet the needs of different users. A variety of paid add-ons is also availble to enhance its productivity.
Here are the details:
Starter – $50/month
Basic – $200/month (required onboarding $600)
Pro – $800/month (required onboarding $3,000)
Enterprise – $2,400/month (required onboarding $5,000)
|Types of Support|
Types of Support
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| KickoffLabs LLC|
4111 E. Madison St., #19
Seattle, WA 98112
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Please pay attention to the fact that while both HubSpot Marketing and KickoffLabs may offer a reliable array of features each product may be designed for a different company size. If you are analyzing various solutions you may want to pay attention to a business size they are aimed at. Certain functionalities might scale up effectively for big enterprises but if you own a small or medium business it’s often more sensible to stay away from paying for complex functionalities that you may never have a chance to use.